Fixed Income And Currency Market

4 Jul 2021

Parts of the G-sec yield curve are cracking-Weekly Fixed Income Analysis

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G-sec and SDL yields have moved up sharply from lows in the last one month on market’s fear of inflation and government fiscal deficit. RBI has tried to keep yields optically stable by focusing on benchmark bonds but other parts of the yield curve are cracking.

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Arjun Parthasarathy
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